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### Math148Q1B

Course: MATH 148, Spring 2011
School: Texas A&M
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148 Quiz Math # 1 Version B Texas A &amp; M University Spring 2012 1. [80 points] Evaluate the following integrals. ex a) dx ex + 1 b) x dx 1 x4 c) sin + x cos4 xdx e4 d) e dx x ln x 1 1 2. [20 points] Using integration by parts, evaluate 0 2 y dy. e2y

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148 Quiz Math # 1 Version B Texas A & M University Spring 2012 1. [80 points] Evaluate the following integrals. ex a) dx ex + 1 b) x dx 1 x4 c) sin + x cos4 xdx e4 d) e dx x ln x 1 1 2. [20 points] Using integration by parts, evaluate 0 2 y dy. e2y
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